Video Showing What Happens When a US A-10 Pilot Gets Shot Down

The A-10 can fire at an incredible rate of more than 3 500 RPM, this impressive 𝔤𝔲𝔫 power is utilized for strafe runs by firing the gatling 𝔤𝔲𝔫 at a comparatively close range.

Range is with targets that can consist of actual vehicles or in this case, parachutes are used as targets. The air crew is then asked to hit these targets with the aircraft’s mounted weap0ns by flying the aircraft close to the ground during the strafe runs in fact they can get creative with the target colors and use a color that resembles an enemy’s tank to give the pilot a more realistic run.

The A10 is also equipped with a Paveway b0mb under its wing as part of its selection of precision guided and unguided ammunition.

Its single cockpit is equipped with a head-up display which is used for targeting and weapon aiming during straight runs.

To discover more about its capabilities and the intense training the A-10’s pilots need to undergo to fly this living legend aircraft, watch video below:

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